I wanted to amend my earlier post on iPhone Bible apps, and plug the following app, which is a custom reader for the popular ESV translation. The interface is very nice, providing full searching and cross-reference/footnote capabilities, and it also allows you to make notes. I wish it wasn’t restricted to a single translation.
Lately, however, I have been almost exclusively using PocketSword, and the author just released a new version that adds the capability to display footnotes and cross-references. Even though it lacks many of the popular translations, I’ve found it to be the most useful app so far because of its interface, its offline availability, and its many commentaries.